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NAV finishes phase 1 of Washington casino job

NAV finishes phase 1 of Washington casino job

BRICK, N.J.—North American Video (NAV) has completed phase 1 of an analog-to-IP surveillance system conversion for Snoqualmie Casino in Washington state, the integration firm announced.

As part of this first stage, NAV provided a design-build that included encoding 700 channels of analog video to a fully digital Dallmeier SRS video management system, which offers full virtual matrix capability.

“Phase 1 of this multi-phase surveillance system upgrade provides Snoqualmie Casino with the latest in IP-based video management solutions, which will serve as a solid foundation for the next phase in this project,” Jason Oakley, NAV president and CEO, said in a statement.

The upgrade is being performed in a phased approach to minimize potential system downtime during the transition process, which will require both old and new systems to run simultaneously, NAV said. About 700 channels of mostly analog video were encoded in the first phase.


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